International Hospital of Bahrain wins in the Bahrain eContent Award 2011
For the second consecutive year, the International Hospital of Bahrain won in the eHealth Category of the Bahrain eContent Award 2011 held at the Gulf Hotel on 17 May 2011.
The IHB Website won because it not only showcase the health care services provided by the hospital, but also the roster of physicians and surgeons as well as visiting doctors prominent in their respective specialties. The website has many feaures such as oline nursery, health features, featured doctors, and online application.
The judges saw that the website is easy to navigate and noticed an improvement in adding links to share and comments through social media.
All eProducts were evaluated according to criteria which were tied to the concept of value added for users and eContents for a purpose:
Bahrain eContent Award is organized by the eGovernment Authority and Bahrain Internet Society in the Kingdom of Bahrain which inspired by WSA - the World Summit Award in order to select quality eContent and promote creativity and innovation in the development of new media applications in Bahrain. It is under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed Bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Information Technology and Communications.
Other categories were: eGovernment, eLearning, eInclusion, eScience, eBusiness, eBanking, eMedia, eEntertainment, and eCulture.
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